Red Earth, Inc., which operates the Red Earth Museum and produces the award-winning Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, has relocated its museum and office to 6 Santa Fe Plaza in downtown Oklahoma City. A new component of the downtown attraction includes a sales gallery featuring original Native American artwork, paintings, jewelry, pottery, and beadwork along with other Native American items.
“One of the goals of our organization has always been to provide an outlet for talented Native American artisans to sell their works to the public,” said Jonna Kauger Kirschner, president of the Red Earth Board of Directors. “Until our move to downtown Oklahoma City we have been able to fulfill this goal during our annual Festival only. Now, with the opening of our new location, we can fulfill this mission throughout the year.” The new location is immediately south of the Skirvin Hilton Hotel. Phone: 405.427.5228.
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